This blueprint allows for the association of up to four Lutron Pico 5 Button (model PJ2-3BRL-GXX-X01) remotes with one or more light entities. It is designed to simulate the operation of a standard Lutron Caseta wall dimmer including the press and hold functionality for the raise/lower buttons. It allows for the control over the on/off transition times, brightness step percentage and transition time, and the assignment of action(s) to the middle button.
I have located the issue with 2022.12.0. It appears that something was changed with the handling of blank device ids with respect to automations. I have updated the link with a fix. However, the support for multiple Picos has been disabled. Therefore, if you created an automation with more that one Pico, you will have to now create additional automations.
A bit more detail:
In order to allow for the control of a single set of entities by more than one Pico, I used the ‘enabled’ variable in order to tell HA whether to pay attention to Picos 2, 3, and 4 of the automation. The Pico device was left blank but the ‘enabled’ variable was false, so no harm. Like this…
- enabled: !input enabled_2
device_id: !input pico_2
It appears that, as of 2022.12.0, even though a trigger is not enabled, you can no longer have a blank device_id in the automation.
I will try to figure out a workaround, but for now, the ability to specify more that one Pico in this automation has be disabled.
You will need to redownload the blueprint.